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Travel blogger Rashad McCrorey set to become Elmina’s tourism chief

Mr. Rashad McCrorey’s stool title is “CHIEF OF TOURISM” by Elmina NANA NSERAHWEHEN OF ITURE/ELMINA

African-American travel blogger, entrepreneur, investor, author and journalist, now based in Ghana, Rashad McCrorey is set to become a tourism leader in the Iture Fante community of Elmina in the central region.

Iture is a Ghanaian suburb and fishing community that lies south of Atonkwa, Elmina and east of Bronybima in the central region of Ghana.

The ceremony was arranged to take place at the Iture Community Park in Elmina.

He is cared for by the Iture community but will be adopted under the paramount chief of Elmina.

The chiefs and residents of the area, recognizing his contributions and influence in the Diaspora community and his desire to boost tourism as well as help move the city forward, decided to give Mr. Rashad McCrorey this great honor by bringing it closer to the people. as part of theirs.

Obviously, this is the making of another story since an official ceremony will be celebrated for this purpose on Saturday April 23, 2022.

When traditionally successfully installed on Saturdays, Mr. Rashad McCrorey will acquire the stool title “CHEF DU TOURISME” from Elmina NANA NSERAHWEHEN OF ITURE/ELMINA.

Its traditional symbol will be what we locally call DENKYEM (THE CROCODILE OR ALLIGATOR) because it is a type of animal that is able to adapt to all situations.

It is worth recalling that McCrorey arrived in Ghana in February 2020 with one of his touring groups for the March 6 Independence Day festivities in Ghana.

However, once the coronavirus pandemic reached the United States instead of returning home to the United States, he decided to stay in Ghana permanently. He has now been living in Ghana for 2 years since March 2022.

Rashad McCrorey is an African-American entrepreneur, investor, and author.

McCrorey is the owner of Africa Cross-Culture, a tourism company specializing in organizing trips to the African countries of Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda.

McCrorey has taken around 400 people to the African continent since 2017. McCrorey has been featured in Forbes Magazine, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, NY Daily News, Black News Channel, TheGrio, etc.

McCrorey is recognized as an American authority figure on travel and repatriation to Africa.

McCrorey, who is also a reporter for Modern Ghana Media, has written substantial articles promoting relations with Africa and the African Diaspora.

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